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The Collective Bargaining Agreement: Its Nature and Scope

Charles O. Gregory
In this Article I shall discuss some of the aspects of collective bargaining and labor agreements as these things look to a law professor.
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Insubordination

Harold B. Bamburg
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Violation of Plant Rules

Wallace N. Springer Jr.
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Procedure

Robert G. McClintock
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Absenteeism

Ludwig Mayer
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Instigating Strikes and Slow-Downs

Harrison King
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Drinking and Intoxication

Otto A. Johnson
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Altercations or Fights

William R. Hirsch
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General Considerations

Rexford H. Caruthers
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Gambling

Leslie E. Bryan
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Foreword

Wayne L. Townsend
After a lapse of seven years covering the period of World War II and its aftermath, the Washington University Law Quarterly resumes publication with this issue. The Faculty of the School of Law envisage the role of a law review as involving two principal functions: first, as an aid to the busy practitioner and, second, as a medium of student expression with the concomitant training and experience in research.
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Damage to, or Loss of, Machines and Materials

Richard C. Allen
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Criteria in Wage Rate Determinations

Edwin E. Witte
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Minimizing Labor Disputes: Processing Grievances, Conciliation and Mediation

William F. White
I have jotted down a few habits that I am afraid labor and management negotiators sometimes are found guilty of which do not make for good relationships in negotiations, nor result in a good practical contract.
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Arbitrations and Labor Relations

Clarence M. Updegraff
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Loafing and Leaving Post

McCormick V. Wilson